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SLIMMERKIWI SparkPoints: (253,841)
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10/22/13 5:53 P

I don't use recipes per se, but I will share what I do:

chop up pumpkin (seeded but with the skin on still),
chop up some potato (skin still on) - a little less in weight than the pumpkin.
Chop up an onion.
Add a couple handfuls of red lentils (helps with protein and fibre)
Boil in a little salted water OR instead of salt, add some chicken stock.
Use a wizz stick (blender) to puree, adding in a clove of raw garlic and a sprinkle of ground nutmeg.

OR you could add in a little curry powder if preferred.

Sometimes, just as I am about to puree it, I add in a handful of parsley as well. If I want it thicker, I often add in a little OAT bran, but some people thicken with flour.

Kris


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10/22/13 9:24 A

http://allrecipes.com.au/recipe/11813/easy
-pumpkin-soup.aspx

JAN0305 SparkPoints: (42)
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10/22/13 7:46 A

Hi guys, do you know any good easy pumpkin soup recipes?

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